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Video—ARTV: FN America

FN America is a consolidation of two existing entities—FN Manufacturing and FNH USA—with both being established for two different reasons.

Where Can I Get ... User-Installed, Buttstock Adapter For FN SCAR Rifles?

Fabrique Nationale’s SCAR line of semi-automatic carbines are fine guns in their own right, but the Belgian company’s decision to use a proprietary buttstock design limits the amount of customization that can be made to the firearms.

FNH USA Longslide

Last week, I, along with a few other editors from NRA Publications, had the opportunity to meet with representatives from FNH USA at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Gerrardstown, W.Va., to get some hands-on time with a few of the company’s newer firearms, along with a couple of its more popular platforms—the SCAR and the Five-seveN.

FN SCAR 17S

The SCAR family of rifles has served U.S. Special Operations Command units in the field for some time, and the Special Operations Combat Assault Rifle Heavy finally became available to consumers with the FN SCAR 17S.

Gun of the Week: FN SCAR 17S

Gun of the Week: FN SCAR 17S

The SCAR Program: Present and Future

The U.S. Special Operations Command is going forward with the MK17 7.62x51 mm NATO SCAR-H program.

FNH USA’s SCAR 17S

The SCAR 17S is a semi-auto version of the military’s selective-fire MK17 Mod 0.

The FNH-USA SCAR Family: FN HAMR

American Rifleman's Mark Keefe and Shooting Illustrated's Adam Heggenstaller get an exclusive opportunity to shoot the FN Heat Adaptive Modular Rifle (HAMR).

FN's SCAR: A Cut Above

The new selective-fire SCAR rifle platform from FN represents the most sophisticated solution to date for the requirements of America’s unconventional warriors.

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